PART OF YOUR HEALTHCARE DESIGN & FACILITY TEAM

AEC construction/renovation project development is always complex when the work of multiple design and construction specialists is tightly integrated. That is certainly true in the healthcare industry. From evolving patient care models to advances in medicine, building standards and requirements are continuously changing.

Decisions made in the facility design process can translate directly to a healthcare facility’s functional performance and outcomes. We help Healthcare design teams capture critical existing building information which, provides a foundation for clarifying and prioritizing stakeholder values, design and construction objectives, and constraints to design and construction work.

Relevant Projects

Your project scopes may include:

  • Surveying the “campus” facilities and update floor plans to “as-built” conditions (capturing undocumented renovations and inaccuracy in the plans)
  • Verifying that the allocated square footage is accurate 
  • Capturing ceiling plan information and above-ceiling details; critical information for working in such a precise environment
  • Populating Building Information Models (BIM) for clash detection, enhanced collaboration, and easier decision making
  • Scanning existing plans and re-formatting paper plans into a cohesive uniformed CAD facility floorplan database. Adding departmental data to CAFM databases, enable allocation reports by department 

How the data that works for you:

  • Harnesses the data to inform which option offers the best value by importing standard file types into your design tool of choice
  • Use data in BIM projects and capitalize on 3D visualization, real-time project coordination, and to input critical (and current) project data
  • Determine how various layouts, block and stacking scenarios, phasing strategies, and changes in the program will impact the cost
  • Break the schedule down into manageable pieces, not only to streamline the design process but also to prioritize campus resources and ease transitions
  • Specifically, for facilities, virtualize paper documents for off-site access, emergency preparedness, and regulatory compliance
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